A dual-track program in Winnipeg, MB, where students receive 50% of their school day instruction in the Ojibwe language and 50% of the day in English.
Established to help provide Indigenous students with an education based strongly on cultural context rather than a traditional western educational model.
A program that consists of 60% academic components that are highly individualized and 40% physical components including running, hiking, camping and sports.
A program emphasizing a focus on the individual needs of students and ensuring that supports are in place for their success. Also uses real-time communication to provide helpful information.
An educational approach activated through collaborative, culturally-grounded, place-based practices. Creating safety and trust in the classroom results in high levels of student confidence.
Systemic and structural changes to academic school year and program of study resulted in increased: attendance, course completion rates, number of credits earned, student performance and retention.
Supporting Indigenous students to complete high school by provided a safe space within the school to connect with adults from their community, and receive academic and emotional support services.
Increasing awareness and the inclusion of Indigenous programming have led to increased self-identification on the part of Indigenous families and to improved school performance.
Non-profit organization with the mandate of promoting STEM. Initiated a community outreach programs to First Nations communities in British Columbia consisting of one-week summer camps.
Une école de transition offrant un environnement différent où les élèves travaillent à l’amélioration de leurs compétences en lecture, rédaction, calcul, bien-être personnel, préparation à l'emploi.
Marie des cours basés sur la culture métisse avec des activités parascolaires et vise à accroître la réussite scolaire des élèves tout en améliorant la confiance et en développant des compétences.
Appuie le savoir, les protocoles et les traditions autochtones les considérant comme des éléments fondamentaux permettant d’aider les élèves à atteindre l'excellence scolaire.